The Grafton Public Library is pleased to now offer 1:1 computer skill training sessions for members of the community who are new to using a computer. Setting up email accounts, searching the web, and using the mouse will be demonstrated and users will have some practice time with the computers at the Library.
Sessions are limited to 6-8 per month by appointment.
For more information, or to make an appointment, please call Susan Leto or Heidi Fowler at 508-839-4649 extension 2.
Create your own or turn your favorite emojis into a magnet for your locker.
Saturday, April 9 from 1-3 pm. This program is free for teens in grades 6-12. All supplies will be provided.
Please register for this program online or call 508-839-4649.
The Grafton Public Library is pleased to offer an Early Childhood Education seminar on the benefits of music and movement on Tuesday, April 12th at 6:30 p.m. at the Congregational Church, 30 Grafton Common. Led by Jan Barlow of Apple Tree Arts, attendees of this seminar will participate in developmentally appropriate music activities that help children develop an array of skills including spatial awareness, body part identification, crossing the mid line, listening and learning how to follow directions. These activities also support the development of language, pre-reading skills, pre-math skills, cultural literacy and expression. Attendees will receive songs and exercise activities that help children develop these skills. Best of all, children will experience joy while singing songs and moving their bodies when parents and caregivers learn how to incorporate music and movement into the children’s daily activities.
This seminar is free to the public and is ideal for parents and caregivers of children birth through age 5. Please register for this seminar by calling the Library at 508-839-4649 or sign-up through our online registration.
Whether you are an experienced knitter or just want to learn – join us at the Grafton Public Library for a monthly Saturday afternoon of knitting from 2-4 pm. Mark your calendars for the next meeting date Saturday August 6. Experienced knitters are encouraged to bring their current projects. This program is for all ages and those who prefer to crochet are also welcome!
Have extra needles or yarn? Donate to our Give and Take Box to clear out your stash or find a special yarn. People looking to try knitting or a new type of yarn are welcome to take supplies. Sign up in the Library or by emailing email@example.com.
Summer Special! Attendees will earn 3 tickets for our end of summer raffle.
“Once Upon a Story” is a program for children ages 3 and up. Join us for stories and fun activities, and see a highlighted feature of the Willard House & Clock Museum! Siblings welcome!
Wednesday, April 6 at 1:30 pm
Registration is required. Please call Willard House to register 508-839-3500
Location: Willard House & Clock Museum, 11 Willard Street, North Grafton
Drop in and join us for an all-ages seasonal storytime April 2 at 10:15 am with music, bubbles and fun!
Poets, essayists, blogs, diarists, memoir ghostwriters, short or long fiction… it’s all good! Join us at the Grafton Public Library every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6:30-8:30 pm to workshop your writing, try some un-blockers, celebrate our publishing successes and share resources! Next meeting: June 15. Adults 18+.
Bring your writer’s block exercises; tools and resources that help hone your craft; or poetry, essays, and short fiction to discuss.
Facilitators Stephen and Tasha Halpert are local, published authors who also teach, lecture and counsel. For questions or to sign-up, please call the Library 508-839-4649 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Grafton Public Library will have a delayed opening at 1 pm on Friday, March 18 for staff training and professional development.
The Library will re-open at 1pm Friday. Passes for Friday may be picked up until 9pm on Thursday or Friday after 1pm.
Please visit our digital branch to read a newspaper, check out an eBook, learn a new language, and more!
Nine out of ten people love chocolate…and the tenth person is lying!
All the questions you’ve ever had, such as where it comes from, how it’s made, why it tastes so good, and what it says about your personality will be answered by Judith Kalaora in “Chocolate 101: A Brief History of Chocolate.”
We will sample some of the best chocolates from the world over!
Co-sponsored by The Grafton Public Library, The Grafton Garden Club & The Grafton Historical Society.
Please call the Historical Society 508-839-0000 to register.
Suggested donation: $7
Location: Community Barn, 37 Wheeler Road North Grafton MA 01536
Spring Egg Hunt on Grafton Common Saturday, March 26 at 10 am OR 11:30 am
Although Egg Hunt tickets are SOLD OUT, you can still drop in from 10-12:30 and get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny and participate in spring stories & crafts. Sponsored by the Friends of the Grafton Public Library. Proceeds benefit the Grafton Public Library.